Conchobar


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Con·cho·bar

 (kŏn-kŭv′ər, -ko͞o′ho͝or, kŏn′ər)
n.
Legendary king of Ulster, who fell in love with Deirdre and was king during the adventures of Cuchulain.

Conchobar

(ˈkɒŋkəʊwə; ˈkɒnʊə)
n
(European Myth & Legend) (in Irish legend) a king of Ulster at about the beginning of the Christian era. See also Deirdre

Con•cho•bar

(ˈkɒŋ koʊ wər, ˈkɒn əˌhʊər, ˈkɒn ʊər)

n.
a legendary king of Ulster.
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The tale is part of the metanarrative known as the Ulster Cycle, a collection centered on Conchobar as king of Ulster, and his band of Red Branch warriors, of whom Cuchulain was the greatest hero (Welch 125).
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